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Samsung DeX review – can your smartphone replace a PC?

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29 articles

CNNgo for Android TV is trying its best

CNNgo wants to be your go-to Android TV resource for today's news, but in spite of requiring a cable subscription, there's no live feed. Just clips.
by John DyeSeptember 21, 201613

NYTimes has revamped their app and here’s our review!

In this quick review, we take a look at the new NYTimes apps! Download The New York Times - Latest News: neorea.ch/1F8wMq3
by Joe HindyMay 8, 2015

Yahoo News Digest brings summarized news to Android

Yahoo has been busy working on an Android version of Yahoo News Digest. The good news (pun intended) is that it has now been released, and is free to download.
by Gary SimsMay 8, 201410

Newsbeat app creates a radio show based on your favorite news sites

Newsbeat, a new app from Tribune Company, reads aloud news from over 7000 US publications, compiling them together into a short radio show to listen to on your daily commute.
by Robert TriggsMarch 20, 2014
 
 

LinkedIn acquires news reading service Pulse for $90 million

Not content with dominating its niche, the business-orientated network LinkedIn is looking to expand its horizon by purchasing the news app Pulse.
by Andrew RoachApril 12, 2013

Pulse adds support for social network feeds

Pulse has launched a new update which adds support for Flickr, Instagram, Tumblr and YouTube social media feeds. Now you can view all your news and social updates without having to ...
by Robert TriggsJanuary 15, 2013

Feedly – Google Reader: Your RSS feeds in one place

The beauty of the Internet is that you can keep updated without having to waste paper. Sure, there’s something about being able to feel a magazine or newspaper in your ...
by Dan EvansSeptember 26, 20127

HuffPost Live offers interactive streaming news

Huffington Post ushered in a new era of Internet-based TV with its new HuffPost Live service. Utilizing live comments, tweets and video responses, viewers can interact with analysts and ...
by Andrew GrushAugust 15, 2012

NewZap: Intelligent news reading app

Keeping up with the news doesn’t mean having to be glued to the TV 24/7 or buying the newspaper daily. A number of news providers bring the news to you, which means you ...
by Dan EvansJuly 26, 20123

The Straits Times App Coming Soon to Android Smartphone Users

English daily publication, The Strait Times, has made news to launch an Android app for smartphone users. Users of the app will get an Android version of the full editorial ...
by Christine TorralbaJanuary 14, 2012
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